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H.M. Pulham, Esq. (3-Dec-1941)

Director: King Vidor

Writers: Elizabeth Hill; King Vidor

From novel by: John P. Marquand

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Phil Brown
Actor
30-Apr-1916 9-Feb-2006 Uncle Owen in Star Wars
Charles Coburn
Actor
17-Jun-1877 30-Aug-1961 The More the Merrier
Leif Erickson
Actor
27-Oct-1911 29-Jan-1986 The High Chaparral
Bonita Granville
Actor
2-Feb-1923 11-Oct-1988 These Three
Sara Haden
Actor
17-Nov-1899 15-Sep-1981 The Shop Around the Corner
Charles Halton
Actor
16-Mar-1876 16-Apr-1959 Bespectacled character actor
Van Heflin
Actor
13-Dec-1910 23-Jul-1971 Till the Clouds Roll By
Fay Holden
Actor
26-Sep-1893 23-Jun-1973 Played Andy Hardy's mother
Ruth Hussey
Actor
30-Oct-1911 19-Apr-2005 The Philadelphia Story
Hedy Lamarr
Actor
9-Nov-1913 19-Jan-2000 Actress, invented frequency hopping
Robert Young
Actor
22-Feb-1907 21-Jul-1998 Marcus Welby, M.D.

CAST

Starring
Hedy Lamarr   ...   Marvin Myles
Robert Young   ...   Harry Pulham
Ruth Hussey   ...   Kay Motford
With
Charles Coburn   ...   Mr. Pulham, Sr.
Van Heflin   ...   Bill King
Fay Holden   ...   Mrs. Pulham
Bonita Granville   ...   Mary Pulham
Douglas Wood   ...   Mr. Bullard
Charles Halton   ...   Walter Kaufman
Leif Erickson   ...   Rodney "Bo-Jo" Brown
Phil Brown   ...   Joe Bingham
David Clyde   ...   Hugh (The Butler)
Sara Haden   ...   Miss Rollo

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